A number of Tehachapi High School winter sports teams took on tough Division I Centennial on Tuesday night in a number of pre-season scrimmages both at home and in Bakersfield.
Boys Varsity Basketball at THS
Centennial 41 Tehachapi 32
Boys JV Baksketball at THS
Centennial 31 Tehachapi 13
Boys Freshman Basketball at THS
Tehachapi 16 Centennial 8
Boys Varsity Soccer at THS
Centennial 4 Tehachapi 1
Boys JV Soccer at THS
No score reported
Girls Varsity Basketball at Centennial
Centennial 75 Tehachapi 39
Girls JV Basketball at Centennial
Tehachapi 19 Centennial 15
Girls Varsity Soccer at Centennial
Centennial 9 Tehachapi 0
Girls JV Soccer at Centennial
Centennial 2 Tehachapi 1
Game summaries and photos in the Dec. 3 edition of the Tehachapi News.
Coach Steve Denman spoke to the Tehachapi Kiwanis club recently about the football program at Tehachapi High School and the outstanding students there.
All four levels of Tomahawks had a strong year in 2014, winning 17 total games at the freshmen, sophomore, junior varsity and varsity levels in the Golden Empire Youth Football League.
Standout THS senior athletes Destiny Julye and Kendall Kapitzke officially gave their commitments to play athletics at a pair of NCAA Division I schools at a ceremony held at Tehachapi High last week.
It has been a fun ride covering Tehachapi athletics over the years.
Some of you may have already heard this, but longtime Tehachapi News sports writers, photographers and local sports historians Tom Shea and Michael Duffy are leaving the newspaper business as the fall sports season concludes. It's a loss for us all.
The Lady Braves closed the South Yosemite League season with a pair of victories over Ridgeview and West earlier this month.
Tehachapi was well represented in the CIF South Area Tennis individual championships at Wasco High School earlier this month, sporting both singles and doubles qualifiers from the South Yosemite League.
Mountain Football started the contest in impressive fashion with the game's first touchdown, but after Redwood pulled ahead for a big lead, the No. 10 seed Warriors could not pull the upset over the No. 7 seed Rangers in a 35-21 loss at the Mineral King Bowl in Visalia.
Most people don't go to Hawai'i to work harder. Then again it's been proven I'm not most people.
Tehachapi Cross Country finished the regular season against Yosemite League competition last Thursday at Hart Park in Bakersfield.
The Lady Warriors ended their season in the CIF Central Section Division I playoffs last Thursday at home, losing to Central-Fresno, 25-22, 21-25,25-19, 25-22.